Ryder Cup showcases food and drink

Scotland’s world-class produce on the world stage. Scotland’s food and drink has been showcased to over 45,000 spectators from 75 countries across the globe every day at the Ryder ... Continue Reading →

First Minister declares tournament biggest in golf’s history.

This weekend’s Ryder Cup tournament at Gleneagles will be remembered as the sport’s best ever tournament, according to First Minister Alex Salmond. At the conclusion of the competition ... Continue Reading →

Michelin Awards for two Scottish Restaurants

As the Year of Food and Drink 2015 draws nearer where Scotland will spotlight, celebrate and promote its natural larder and produce, The Scottish Tourism Alliance would like to extend ... Continue Reading →

VisitBritain Industry Update – 25 September 2014

VisitBritain eNews is a fortnightly e-newsletter providing you with the latest international market intelligence, partnership marketing opportunities, tourism events and news. The ... Continue Reading →

Tourism Business train their teams to have a better understanding of customers with Accessible needs

Hundreds of businesses across Scotland have signed up to a training programme to help make tourist services more accessible, Tourism Minister Fergus Ewing revealed today. The free online ... Continue Reading →

On course of glory at Gleneagles

Sean Duffy from ScotRail has written a great blog on the Ryder Cup at Gleneagles, where from today ScotRail started taking 7,500 golf fans to and from the station, and will do so ... Continue Reading →

STA Patron sponsor Diageo’s Learning for Life programme helps uncover new talent!

The Bartender training programme launched as part of Diageo Learning For Life Scotland provides young unemployed people with coaching, core employability skills and specialist bartender ... Continue Reading →

TV coverage could bring Edinburgh tourism boom

A TOURISM boom is heading the Capital’s way after it took centre stage amid global coverage of the independence referendum. Marketing chiefs believe a dedicated media centre at the ... Continue Reading →

Simon Calder: After the referendum, the tourism dividend in Scotland

Many of the tetchiest debates during the campaign for Scotland’s independence referendum centred on travel. If the Yes campaign had prevailed, where, exactly, would the passport ... Continue Reading →

Developing China’s outbound tourism market Webinar 24th Sept

Twelve hour webinar on September 24th provided free of charge! More than 50 experts from tourism industry and government organisation analyse the development of China’s outbound ... Continue Reading →